1. Introduction: Anchoritism, Liminality, and the Boundaries of Vocational Withdrawal
  2. Michelle M. Sauer
  3. pp. v-xii
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Articles

  1. Guthlac Betwixt and Between: Literacy, Cross-Temporal Affiliation, and an Anglo-Saxon Anchorite
  2. Lisa M. C. Weston
  3. pp. 1-27
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  1. Liminal Performance in Hali Meiðhad
  2. A. S. Lazikani
  3. pp. 28-43
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  1. “A Certain Tourelle on London Wall . . . Was Granted . . . for Him to Inhabit the Same”: London Anchorites and the City Wall
  2. Clare M. Dowding
  3. pp. 44-55
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  1. Rewriting Liminal Geographies: Crusader Sermons, the Katherine Group, and the Scribe of MS Bodley 34
  2. Dorothy Kim
  3. pp. 56-78
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  1. Intersections of Courtly Romance and the Anchoritic Tradition: Chevelere Assigne and Ancrene Wisse
  2. Susannah Mary Chewning
  3. pp. 79-101
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  1. Textually Enclosed and Marginally Open: Medieval Revelations and Early Modern Readers
  2. William Rogers
  3. pp. 102-123
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  1. An Experiment in “Neurohistory”: Reading Emotions in Aelred’s De Institutione Inclusarum (Rule for a Recluse)
  2. Julia Bourke
  3. pp. 124-142
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